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Carriage return on Photoshop

Posted on 2009-05-07
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When I go to enter text, I'll hit return and instead of it going down to the next line, it appears to go to the beginning of the original line. It's as though there's no carriage return and I can't figure this out.

When I play with it, I notice that if I hit "return" several times, the cursor will slowly move down. I must've hit something and I'm now stuck with some bizarre setting.

How do I fix this?
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toggle the character panel when you have the text tool selected and ready to type.. and then change the leading to auto like in the screenshot... sorry for the zoolander! :)
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